I checked. It's been ages since the last time I talked about BLUSH. As a proud blush fiend, I have talked about a new blush each day for over 30 days (see "A Blush A Day" Project I've done HERE and HERE. Click on the tags under the two posts if you're
a blush fiend interested to learn more). In fact, I don't think I can repeat such a project now, because 1) I think my stash has almost every color, tone, finish of blush there can be; 2) I don't get THAT excited about blush anymore, don't ask me how it happened, lol.
Like the Canmake powder cheeks I wrote about before (HERE and HERE if you want to read), the compact is flimsy, cheap-looking (not complaining...you get what you paid for at such a price tag). The brush is really tiny, more like for highlighting the nose bridge instead of applying blush, but anyway, it's made of synthetic fibre and it's not even effective in applying anything, so there's nothing to write home about. I usually tossed such brushes aside once I opened the compact and use.
Gone are the days we thought of Canmake producing only office-safe, cute kawaii shades for creating innocent looks...the above picture pretty much said so!
All Canmake products did not state how much product is in it. Not that I can finish a blush anyway, so never mind.
I swatched it heavily (read: 1 swipe) on the right and blended it a bit on the left. Pigmentation is moderately high and the blended color is a flamingo kind of red. It's not entirely red nor orange, not coral either. My skin had been misbehaving for most of the year so if I"m not careful about the amount, I might end up looking I have scarlet fever or something. But then, if you have perfect and clear skin I totally recommend you to try this shade out! I really look forward to see if the brand comes out with any new 'interesting' shades!
Performance-wise, there's a bit of fading at the end of the day (after like 6-8 hours of wear), my tip is to use a brush with less dense bristles, maybe a fan brush if you like, to work with this blush.